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Satellite swarms and Satellite formation flying missions and technology

The increasing capability of small Micro, Nano and CubeSats satellites, besides its short development time, and launching cost, over traditional large satellites, leads to the trend of using MSM in Earth observation missions with different topology. These MSM topologies or categories can be classified as Satellite Constellation and satellite Formation …

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Electric Vehicle Charging technologies and innovations

A typical passenger vehicle emits about 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. This assumes the average gasoline vehicle on the road today has a fuel economy of about 22.0 miles per gallon and drives around 11,500 miles per year. Every gallon of gasoline burned creates about 8,887 grams …

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Emerging Space based or Space for space economy

What we are seeing is that the world has entered an era of intense competition in almost all spheres including geopolitical, economic, military, technology and industry. On one hand, competition is helpful as it speeds up innovation and development. On the other hand, when it becomes unmanageable and employs unfair …

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Quantum entanglement for futuristic energy storage technology

One of the most important features of thermodynamics is that it has improved human quality of life amazingly during the last centuries. Since in 1606, the Spanish inventor Jerónimo de Ayanz y Beaumont patented the first steam engine a great effort has been done in developing new and better thermal …

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DARPA EC developing AI based military sensor fusion technologies to optimally combine information originating from multiple heterogeneous sensors and subsystems.

Current artificial intelligence (AI) systems only compute with what they have been programmed or trained for in advance; they have no ability to learn from data input during execution time, and cannot adapt on-line to changes they encounter in real environments.   The AIE program is one key element of …

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5G key technologies from Radio interface, multiple access schemes, 5G Networking to Cognitive networks driving Worldwide Race

Mobile communications systems have evolved through wireless technology innovation into 2G, 3G, and then 4G to keep pace with ever-increasing voice and data traffic. All mobile communication system generations have had a clear key application driver: 1G for analog voice, 2G for digital voice and text messaging, 3G for multimedia …

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DARPA HARDEN developing designs and tools for trusted computing systems

Hardware Trojans (HT), which are malicious circuit inclusions into the design from an adversary with an intention to damage the functionality of the chip at a much later date or leaking confidential information like keys used in cryptography. Time to market demand has forced integrated circuit design, manufacturing and testing …

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DARPA MELT developing high energy lasers for directed energy weapons to counter drone swarms

Laser technology provides major advantages for military applications over kinetic weapons due to High precision and rapid on-target effect, precise and scalable effects, avoidance of collateral damage caused by fragmenting ammunition, Low logistics overhead, and minimum costs per firing.   The proliferation of small, low-cost Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) on …

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Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) sensors

The fiber optic sensors also called as optical fiber sensors use optical fiber or sensing element.  These Sensors can measure a large variety of parameters, such as temperature, pressure, strain, refractive index, vibrations, displacements, bending, loading, and liquid level or concentration of chemical species.   Over the past decade, the …

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Urban Air Mobility, using eVTOL vehicles technologies taking off

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has estimated that the number of passengers traveling by aircraft could double to 8.2 billion by 2037. According to the UN, 68% of the population is expected to live in urban areas by 2050. The growing number of vehicles in urban areas has resulted …

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